In your home you often experience Load shedding. Now write a paragraph on about Load shedding.
Before starting, you can go through the below question for a help.
What is load shedding?
Why it occurs?
What happens when it occurs?
What about the mills and factories in load shedding?
What does it hamper?
Load shedding Paragraph
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Load-shedding has become a hard nut to crack in Bangladesh particularly in the urban areas where people largely depend on aw electricity. It means the discontinuation of supply of electricity. It occurs while generation of power falls short of demand.
Due to rapid growth of et population the demand of electricity has increased to a great extent while the generation of power has not risen expectedly. It mostly occurs in the pick hour of the day that refers to the time from 8 am to 11 pm. When load shedding occurs, the normal life of the people of that area comes to a standstill.
It creates the problem of far reaching consequences in the socio-economic development of the country. Mills and factories, shops, hospitals come to a standstill.
Housewives, students, patients and workers also fall a victim to it. All the electronic devices like refrigerators, televisions, air conditioners, electric fans, computers, diagnostic devices in the hospital become useless.
To get rid of this worst suffering, power generation should be increased. We should also be frugal in using electricity.
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